Focus Entertainment is undergoing a change of government. Former Managing Director Sean Brennan Bethesda intervened as CEO Helping the French publisher “achieve its strategic ambitions” also includes “delivering the group’s most ambitious lineup of new games to date.”
Brennan spent 14 years at ZeniMax (Bethesda’s parent company) leading all international publishing operations for titles such as: elder scrolls online There are also franchises such as The Evil Within and Dishonored.
In a press statement, Brennan wrote that he would help “develop new, high-quality proprietary IP that deliver great gaming experiences while creating value for the company.”
Brennan’s predecessor, Christophe Nobileau, will remain at Focus as deputy CEO.Nobiro has been CEO of the company since October 2020.
Focus’s new vice chairman, Frank Sanier, said the arrival of Mr. Brennan “represents a significant asset in accelerating the Group’s growth on a global scale. In my new role as vice chairman, I will continue to focus on external growth. execution of strategy.”
Heading into the end of 2022, Focus reported some financial declines in the second quarter of the year.The publisher admitted it was due to a lack of releases. Plague Story: Requiem and Flying Wild Hogs Evil West This means that the third quarter report, scheduled for January 19th, could include these two releases.
That said, one game that did very well in that second quarter was Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge From subsidiary Dotem.
In that same financial report, Focus wrote that 2023 “will feature the largest line-up in Focus history.” atomic heart February, Saber Interactive Warhammer 40K: Space Marines II, and deck 13 Atlas Fallen.